So far I feel like it's just a shoe version of Confessions of a Shopaholic. I will continue to listen to it and update if anything improves.
Everyone talked about this book and I purchased it over a year ago. I wasn't really convinced to listen to it (too long) until now. I fell in love with it.
The southern accents had me transported the the time and place in which it took place and I felt a special connection to the characters.
The array of characters made it 100% more interesting then expected and I made it easier to understand the different positions explained through out the book.
This is not my usual genre but it was definitely worth the time.
I laughed a few times here and there.
Some other stories seemed out there and totally fake. I expected it to be funnier.
Overall it was easy to listen too and good for relaxing and releasing stress.
Found some parts of the book extremely boring and hard to get through. The examples used where sticky and the main idea of the book came across very clear.
I had to read it for work and ended up saving quotes of the books that can easily be applied on a daily basis. I enjoyed it a lot more that Made to Stick and found it easy to understand. The examples given were great and a lot of the suggestions can be applied without making major or drastic changes.
Not what I expected.
I thought it would be full of advice and tips on how to improve self-awareness. So far it's just a woman critizing and belittling other women.
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